In today’s economy, many believe transportation infrastructure is destiny. If true, West Haven’s long-awaited Metro North station, which became a reality in summer 2013, will help propel that city forward as its serves the new and growing needs of the University of New Haven and the West Campus of Yale University.
The station is situated on Sawmill Road between Hood Terrace and Railroad Avenue and has more than 650 commuter parking spaces.
Passengers are served by Metro North’s New Haven Line and Shore Line East trains. A decade in the making, the $80 million project has two 12-car platforms, a station building, a pedestrian bridge and rebuilt track.